If we've learned anything about memes in the last decade, it's that there's truly a meme for anything. There are memes for people in the military, and even memes for people with chronic illnesses. Our latest super-specific meme dump is dedicated to all the people who work...in oilfields. While we don't personally know anyone working with black gold, it's definitely good for everyone to feel represented. Have at 'em!
If you haven't seen YouTube Rewind 2019, go ahead and watch it here first before you scroll down.
Was it as bad as Rewind 2018? We think certainly not, but ultimately we'll let you decide that for yourself. Many have found themselves rather bored by the video's likeness to a typical Watch Mojo video, and while the like to dislike ratio isn't nearly as stark as last year, it's still pretty heavy on the dislikes.
It's clear that YouTube's goal this year was to play it safe, which clearly backfired. Now let's get on with the dank reaction memes!
We all know working in retail can be an absolute hell, but this account of a dude's first five days at Target proves there actually are decent days working in customer service. In just five days of tending to paying customers, he met a lot of...active...older people, some seriously funny weirdos, and a whole lot of cute kids. It may not be a gripping account, but it certainly is an entertaining and heartwarmingone.
It may only be the beginning of December, but Spotify decided to release their annual "Wrapped" feature yesterday. The "year in review" offers users some insight regarding their listening habits - favorite artists, favorite songs, etc. This year, the streaming company went the extra mile to give us data for every year since their inception. While it's a fun and enlightening tool, our social media feeds have since been clogged with people sharing their results. Who's gonna tell 'em that people don't want to see that on their timeline? To combat the boring and banal Wrapped posts, resourceful content creators and Twitter users have been hard at work meme-ing the phenomenon and throwing shade on Twitter. The shade is way more entertaining than the Wrapped data. See for yourself.
Those who deal with chronic illnesses are no doubt used to getting asinine comments from ignorant people about how you should just "exercise away the pain," or "try cutting dairy out of your diet."
Quite frankly, it can get exhausting trying to explain things to stupid people - that's why we decided to throw together a gallery full of memes to help you feel a little more understood.